Outlook: The Ravens have identified a handful of prospects that they feel will be able to jump start their stagnant return game and they'll undoubtedly try to come out of the draft, or the un-drafted free agent period that follows with one of them. NFL draft guru and Baltimore native Mel Kiper Jr. said that he feels that both Adams or Hilton would be really good fits for the Ravens possibly with their third-round picks. Adams had four punt return touchdowns last season for Arkansas, though he didn't return kicks. Of the Ravens' primary kick returners this past season, David Reed, who sustained a season-ending knee injury last season, is not certain to be ready for the start of the season. Tom Zbikowski left in free agency. Primary punt returner Lardarius Webb just got a five-year, $50 million contract extension and team officials would prefer that the Ravens' top cornerback isn't in harm's way more than necessary. Webb, however, has expressed a willingness to remain in that spot.